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2. Build a Portfolio

For your next step, you need to have samples of your work ready –a portfolio- to show your potential clients that you really do write and you do it well. Many writers prefer to use a blog as a portfolio; but you can also seek out portfolio sites like clippings and contently or guest posting


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